Ms. Christelle Ivane AZAMBOU | Batteries | Best Researcher AwardūüŹÜ

Africa Centre of Excellence in Future Energies and Electrochemical Systems, Nigeria

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Christelle Ivane Azambou embarked on her academic journey with a strong foundation in chemistry. She obtained her Baccalaureate "D" from the Government Bilingual High School of Bafou, Cameroon, before pursuing higher education in chemistry at the University of Dschang (UDs). Her academic pursuits culminated in a Master's degree in Materials Chemistry in 2019, followed by a Ph.D. in the field of Electrochemical Systems.

Professional Endeavors:

Her professional journey has been marked by her dedication to research and teaching. She served as a Tutor for practicals and Tutorials at the University of Dschang, where she honed her skills in theoretical calculations and practical applications in chemistry. Currently, she holds a tutoring position at the Africa Centre of Excellence in Future Energies and Electrochemical Systems (ACEFUELS), Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO).

Contributions and Research Focus:

Her research focuses on materials chemistry, particularly in the synthesis and characterization of inorganic compounds with applications in energy storage, such as sodium-ion batteries. She has contributed significantly to the understanding of titanium-modified oxide cathode materials and lithium-rich layered oxides as potential cathode materials for battery technologies.

Accolades and Recognition:

Her contributions to the field of chemistry have been recognized through various awards and prizes. She was the winner of The International Union of Crystallography (IUCr) prize and the best poster prize by Crystal Engineering Communication (CrystEngComm) at the Third Pan African Conference on Crystallography (3rd PCCr3). Additionally, she received the International Center for Diffraction Data (ICDD) student grant.

Impact and Influence: Through her research and academic activities, Christelle has made a tangible impact on the scientific community, particularly in the field of electrochemical systems and materials chemistry. Her work has contributed to advancements in battery technologies and the understanding of materials' properties for energy applications.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

Her legacy lies in her dedication to pushing the boundaries of knowledge in materials chemistry and electrochemical systems. Her future contributions are poised to further enhance our understanding of energy storage materials, paving the way for more efficient and sustainable energy solutions.

Citations

A total of  11 citations for Her publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

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Notable Publications 

Structural, electronic, mechanical and thermodynamic properties of lithium-rich layered oxides cathode materials for lithium-ion battery: Computational study
CI Azambou, FHK Djioko, OO Obiukwu, PK Tsobnang, EE Kalu, ...
2023

Analysis of environmental sustainability of Cameroon tea production: an LCA study
RFT Tagne, A Ncube, JAK Atangana, DRT Tchuifon, FR Ateba, ...
(1), 2023

First-principles study of the titanium-doping effects on the properties of O3-type NaNi0. 25Fe0. 25Mn0. 5O2 cathode material for sodium-ion batteries
CI Azambou, PK Tsobnang, OO Obiukwu, IT Kenfack, EE Kalu, EE Oguzie
2024

Investigation of the Environmental Impacts of Cameroon Tea Estates Production Through Life Cycle Assessment Methodology
RF TAGNE TIEGAM, JAK Atangana, DRT Tchuifon, FR Ateba, ...
Available at SSRN 4202309
2022

Improving Stability and Performance of O3-Type Nani0. 25fe0. 25mn0. 5o2 Layered Oxide Cathode Material by Molybdenum Additives‚Äďa Dft Study
E Oguzie, SB Bass, CI Azambou, II Ayogu, CO Akalezi, EE Oguzie

Understanding the Interaction Mechanisms of Active Compounds Extracted from Tabernaemontana Penduliflora on the Surface of Magnetite (111) Nanoparticles in an Aqueous Medium by …
FHK Djioko, CI Azambou, LK Nguena Tiomo, SC Nwanonenyi, ...

Study of the Mechanisms of Interaction of Active Compounds Extracted from Tabernaemontana Penduliflora on the Surface of Magnetite (111) in an Aqueous Medium by Dft and Mc …
FHK Djioko, CI Azambou, LK Nguena Tiomo, SC Nwanonenyi, ...

Christelle Ivane AZAMBOU | Batteries | Best Researcher Award

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